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BY Michael Graham | United States | 3/16/08
Across the United States, on campuses from Los Alamos High School to Harvard University and at all points in between, students are getting organized to commemorate the fifth year of the U.S. occupation of Iraq with rallies, marches, die-ins and civil disobedience.
BY Chapin Gray | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/03/08
Four protesters from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) were arrested here, Feb. 29, at the University of Alabama for performing a mock raid meant to demonstrate the effects of the U.S. occupation on Iraqi civilians.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 3/21/07
On March 17, tens of thousands of people braved unseasonably cold weather and strong winds to march against the U.S. occupation and war in Iraq.
BY Chapin Gray | Santa Barbara, CA | 2/19/07
What began as a student strike to protest the war in Iraq quickly escalated on Feb. 15, as over a thousand students at the University of California-Santa Barbara took to the streets and completely shut down California Highway 217 for over two hours.
BY Mick Kelly | Iraq | 9/01/03
In the face of a growing Iraqi resistance movement, the plans of the Bush administration to consolidate the occupation of Iraq are crumbling.
BY Jess Sundin | Iraq | 4/15/03
The assault on Iraq began with a failed sneak attack.
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